Westside Panthers are keen to promote themselves as one of the top soccer clubs in Dubbo during the 2005 junior and senior season.
The club’s first registration day will be held next Saturday February 12 at the Dubbo West Primary School from 2pm to 5pm.
Westside junior teams will again be backed by the Kek family and their Westside Hotel, the traditional home of the Panthers for many, many years.
Joe Kek has been arguably one of the most successful soccer coaches in Dubbo and while now retired from the game still enjoys a keen interest in the teams.
“All the junior teams up to the under-18s this season will receive a soccer kit bag and a ball courtesy of the Kek family, while the junior club will finance socks for the kids,” Westside’s Rod Webster said.
“We would like to see a big line-up of parents and their children attend the registration day and if that happens then we won’t have trouble fielding teams from under-6s to under-15s in the rooball and junior soccer competitions.
“Westside will also play in the Dubbo All Age competitions for men and women and are certain to be competitive again in the Western Premier League series for first and second grades, and under-18s.
“Most of the junior teams have coaches but we would like to hear from anyone interested in being a coach or manager of teams this season.
“We still have some work to do to fill the senior positions but we hope that will happen sooner rather than later so that training can get organised.”
Westside Panthers last year won the Western Premier League first-grade premiership but have lost successful coach Peter Bray who announced his retirement.
Currently the seniors are training at Hans Clavan Oval each Friday at 6pm but would be interested in talking to anyone interested in taking on the coaching role.
Further particulars can be obtained from Rod Webster at the Westside Hotel.
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